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Sperrins Sculpture Trail - Nowanois

274 Glenelly Road, Omagh, Co.Tyrone, BT79 8LS
Nowanois - The Sperrin's Sculpture Trail

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Discover the The Giants of the Sperrins Sculpture Trail! Installed at three different locations all within the Sperrins region, The Giants of the Sperrins are born from the geology, archaeology and heritage of the Sperrins. They evoke the mystical, and celebrate the ancient, intriguing and atmospheric natural beauty and history of the region. They embody past, present and future and speak specifically of their location:

Nowanois, the Seanchaí or storyteller recalls times and generations gone by;

Darach, the Guardian watches over the present;

Ceoldán The Stargazer looks to the future, and the unknown.

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The Giants of the Sperrins will take you on a journey back to the Celtic and Neolithic myths of giants, multiple dimensions and ancient history, bringing back to life magical tales amidst the beautiful backdrop of the Sperrins.

Getting There

Now Anois Location:  274 Glenelly Road, Omagh, BT79 8LS (Site of the former Sperrin Heritage Centre) Parking on site. Follow gravel path from car park. Note toilets are available in the nearby village of Cranagh.
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Ceoldán Location: Situated at the OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory, Davagh Forest, 155 Davagh Road, Omagh BT79 8JQ. Parking, toilets and additional visitor services are available. Click on the link below for additional information including opening times: 
OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory


Darach Location: Situated at the peak of Mullaghcarn Mountain. Access is on foot from Gortin Glen Forest Park. Parking, toilets and additional visitor services are available at Gortin Glen Forest Park, Glen Park Road, Gortin, County Tyrone, BT79 7SU. Click on the link below for additional information and opening times.
Gortin Glen Forest Park 


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